Highlights: Colombia (3)1-1(4) England: Three Lions win shoot-out

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Limbs from England supporters

The reaction from England's win

Pickford’s save

Dier scores to win


The heroes react

Eric Dier wins it for England on penalties

Full-Time in extra-time! Colombia 1-1 England

We are going to a penalty shootout in Moscow.

Substitution for England

On: Marcus Rashford, Off: Kyle Walker

Half-Time in Extra-Time! Colombia 0-0 England

Colombia looking the far better side.


England have had the stuffing knocked out of them by Mina’s late equaliser.

The goals - Why we are in extra-time

GOAL! Colombia 1-1 Colombia

Yerry Mina scores in the 93rd minute to rescue the South Americans.

Kyle Walker's let off!

Harry Kane's goal from the spot

Leading by example

England supporters react

GOAL! Colombia 0-1 England

Harry Kane scores from the penalty spot three minutes after the incident.

Six World Cup goals for the Tottenham Hotspur forward.

Penalty to England!

Harry Kane fouled by Carlos Sanchez in the area… The 24-year-old to take…

Dele Alli update

The Tottenham Hotspur midfielder is moving better now following an injury suffered in the first-half.

Colombia's tactics

The Colombia coach elbowing Raheem Sterling at half-time highlighting the South American’s approach to intimidate the Three Lions.

Wilmar Barrios' headbutt

Harry Kane's first-half chance

Half-Time! Colombia 0-0 England

End-to-end half of football from both sides. The  looking the most direct and menacing of the two.

Yellow card for Wilmar Barrios

Wilmar Barrios very fortunate to remain on the pitch for headbutting Jordan Henderson…

Kieran Trippier's good start

Opening 15 minutes: Frantic start

England look the more direct and purposeful side going forward – both teams playing at a frantic rate.

Kick-Off! Colombia and England are underway

Colombia and England are underway in the final Round of 16 tie in Moscow!

The name(s) James, James Rodriguez... is not on Colombia's squad list

James Rodriguez has not passed fit to be named in Colombia’s squad to face England this evening.

James Rodriguez

SAMARA, RUSSIA – JUNE 28: James Rodriguez of Colombia looks dejected as he is substituted off due to injury during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia group H match between Senegal and Colombia at Samara Arena on June 28, 2018 in Samara, Russia. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

Colombia vs England line-ups confirmed

If it goes to a shootout

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Match: Colombia vs England

Competition: 2018 World Cup

Date: 03-07-2018

Kick-off time: 19:00 (UK time)

Stadium: Spartak Stadium

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SAMARA, RUSSIA – JUNE 28: Yerry Mina of Colombia celebrates with teammates after scoring his team’s first goal during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia group H match between Senegal and Colombia at Samara Arena on June 28, 2018 in Samara, Russia. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

Colombia vs England live streaming & watch: Match preview

The final knockout game in the Round of 16 sees the enigmatic English against Colombia at the Spartak Stadium.

Both teams will come into the game full of excitement and hope as they slog it out with one eye on the potentially easy run of fixtures to the final.

The winner of the Colombia and England game will have to play a selection of either Croatia, Denmark, Russia, Sweden or Switzerland. It is considered to be England and many other teams best chance to reach the final. You can be sure that hope and possibility will be fuelling the team’s drive to achieve their best finish in decades. The matches will be intense, furious with teams knowing that there is more on the line than just elimination.


England will see Colombia as their biggest competitors as the exceptionally talented South American outfit have world class players at their disposable and an experienced side that reached the quarter finals last time round.

Meanwhile England haven’t won a knockout game in over 10 years. “It is 10 years since we have won a knockout fixture,” said the England head coach. “For this team, this is a brilliant opportunity to go beyond where more experienced teams have before them. The lads have got the chance to write their own stories.”

The World Cup has been a strange phenomenon that has all ready seen tournament favorites eliminated in Spain, Germany and Argentina. This has gotten teams licking their lips at the potential prospects however Southgate refuses to get carried away. “We have been in this position before many times over the last however many years,” he added. “It is pointless to think about what might happen after tomorrow’s game here. We will focus on the game and our performance and everything will fall into place from there.”

Gareth Southgate will try keep his team grounded and focused on the game at hand. Anything that happens after that is due the necessary focus at the appropriate time. But teams can’t afford to get carried away with fixtures not being played yet.

England arrive off the back of a defeat against Belgium. But The Three Lions won’t have much cause for concern as it was their reserve side that lost in an almost nothing fixture where the prize of victory wasn’t very rewarding.

Dele Alli is convinced the defeat does little harm to their momentum. ”The boys played well [against Belgium]. The manager made a decision and we all back him. We didn’t lose any momentum. “We’re all fighting and raring to go, and can’t wait for the next game. It’s important we react positively to the defeat. We know they’re a dangerous side, but so are we.”

England have otherwise performed above their regular standard all ready netting a record 8 goals. They will hope that it will finally be coming home.


Colombia have reacted in the perfect manner following a red card and 2-1 defeat at the hands of Japan. Los Cafeteros responded with a 3-0 crushing of Poland before beating Senegal 1-0 to top the group.

The Colombians will be sweating over the recovery of their golden boy James Rodriguez who was the stand out star in the last World Cup. The talismanic attacking midfielder went off with a calf injury against Senegal and reportedly still has swelling in his calf but fortunately no tearing.

Will James Rodriguez start in Colombi’s most important fixture of the tournament? Pekerman hopes so: ”We had good news after his medical tests. After his MRI we knew that he doesn’t have a serious injury. We still have one-and-a-half days to see how he feels, and as always we hope that he will be able to play in the following games.”

There is still question marks over Englands starting lineups with very impressive performances from Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Rashford and Danny Rose all making strong claims for the starting eleven.

101 Great Goals predicts: Colombia 1 – England 1

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